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maraschino

a liqueur made from marasca cherries and flavoured with the kernels, having a taste like bitter almonds
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From fruit preps and purees, to maraschinos, to its new Royal Harvest line of cherries, blueberries, strawberries and other dried fruits, OCG offers an array of fruit products made with high-quality ingredients.
That's when we came up with the idea of putting maraschinos in pouches," Spalding said.
The Salem processing plant is responsible for the co-op's maraschino, glace, and some ice cream ingredient cherries.
And it is with the aforementioned partnership with Oregon State University that OCG pioneered the modern day maraschino cherry.
Since our line of Royal Harvest Maraschinos already met all of the non-GMO criteria, it seemed only natural that we would pursue the non-GMO certification," Tim Ramsey, the co-op's CEO, told the newspaper.
Gentile's forms, materials, and textures here evoke flesh and bone and play the organic against the fabricated--while visually toothsome, maraschinos are toxic, pickled in bleach and corn syrup and chemically dyed their bloody hue.
Many people, including those behind the bar, avoid using maraschinos because they fear they are harmful.
You could for example, order your maraschinos in custom colors and flavors.
Cherry bombs can be made by draining off most of the liquid in a half or whole gallon jar of maraschinos, then refilling it with one or more liqueur's.